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Informatikdienste Scientific Computing

Schrödinger
Hydra
Chaos  
M9

Scientific Computing

Schrödinger

Schrödinger HPC is the supercomputer at the University of Zurich (UZH).
The machine built by Sun Microsystems offers 4608 processor cores (Intel Xeon 5500; 2.8 GHz) on 576 compute nodes. The nodes are connected over QDR Infiniband (40 Gbit/s) and attached to a lustre filesystem with 300 TB diskspace.
You can find more information on Schrödinger here.

Hydra

Hydra is a SGI UV 100 system with currently 48 cores and 512GB of memory. It is a shared memory machine (NUMA SMP) with a single system image. It is designed for jobs requiring a large amount of memory. A Tesla S2050 box (four C2050 GPUs) is attached.
Note that the Hydra is not yet in a productive state, but can be used for testing purposes.
You can find more information on Hydra here.